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JMSConnector

JMSConnector Connector extension for KNIME Workbench version 1.0.100.qualifier by Ignacio M. Soubelet

The JMSConnector Node can send messages to a JMS Queue and waits for a response.

Options

Message Columns
The column in the input table which contains the Message to send.

JNDI

Factory Initial
JNDI Value that corresponds to the java.naming.factory.initial - (for further information see http://docs.oracle.com/cd/E17802_01/products/products/jndi/javadoc/)
Security Principal
JNDI Value that corresponds to the java.naming.security.principal (User Name)
Security Credentials
JNDI Value that corresponds to the java.naming.security.principal (Password)
Provider URL
JNDI Value that corresponds to the java.naming.provider.url

JMS Provider

Connection Factory
The name of a Connection Factory that will be looked up in the Context
JMS Destination
The name of the Destination Queue where messages will be sent.
Check Correlation ID
If selected, response messages must have the same Correlation ID of requests.
JMS Client Classpath
Since JMSConnector Node have the ability to load MQ Client libraries at runtime in this field must specified the list of libraries needed to instantiate a particular Client implementation. Note that the Client must have JNDI Support.

Input Ports

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Table with messages to be sent.

Output Ports

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Table with message responses.

Best Friends (Incoming)

Installation

To use this node in KNIME, install JMSConnector for KNIME from the following update site:

KNIME 4.3

A zipped version of the software site can be downloaded here.

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